I guess not every Macworld can have an iPhone of its own. Crowds of Apple fans packed the Moscone center in San Francisco Tuesday to hear CEO Steve Jobs detail new products and offerings for 2008. There was indeed plenty to talk about — the MacBook Air, new iPhone and iPod touch applications, a major software update for Apple TV, iTunes movie rentals, and a wireless access point/storage device called “Time Capsule.” All good stuff, perhaps, but nothing that really shook the world the way the iPhone did last year. Apple acolytes, of course, were still thrilled, crowding the Apple display for days to play with the new products. Wall Street, on the other hand, was not so joyful. By Tuesday’s close, the company had lost over 5 percent.Of all the products Apple unleashed Tuesday, the MacBook Air seems to be drawing the most user interest. Its display is 13.3 inches, same as a standard MacBook. However, it’s only three quarters of an inch thick, and it weighs three pounds — small enough to fit into an intraoffice envelope. The touchpad incorporates some of the same multitouch elements as the iPhone and the iPod touch. What’s most interesting, though, is… Read full this story
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